With the ever-changing regulations of the automobile industry, it is important for drivers to keep up-to-date with their vehicle recall information. In recent years, there have been recalls that may potentially impact your vehicle and cause a multitude of issues. In this blog post, we will explore three recent vehicle recalls that may be pertinent to your car’s safety.

#1 – Ford

Ford Motor Company recently recalled select model year 2020 F-150s for a potential fire hazard. The recall came about due to an issue with the vehicle’s cruise control system, which could potentially cause it to overheat and catch fire. If your vehicle is affected, Ford will be replacing the affected part free of charge.

#2 – General Motors (GM)

General Motors (GM) has issued a recall for many vehicles in its lineup due to an issue with the driver’s side airbag inflators. The defective inflator can cause the airbags to deploy at too high of pressure, causing them to rupture and possibly injure occupants inside the car. GM recommends getting your vehicle inspected as soon as possible if you think it may be impacted by the recall.

#3 – Subaru

Subaru has also recently issued a recall for certain models of vehicles due to an issue with the steering wheel assembly. The defective component can cause interference with the electrical system, leading to power steering problems and a possible loss of control while driving. If your vehicle is impacted, Subaru will be replacing the component free of charge.

It is important to address any recalls or service bulletins as soon as possible in order to keep both yourself and fellow drivers safe on the road.

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